Austrian Grand Prix - Records

Records

  • Driver
    • Most wins – Alain Prost, 3
    • Most podiums – David Coulthard, 5
    • Most points – David Coulthard, 39
    • Most poles – René Arnoux, Nelson Piquet & Niki Lauda, 3 (tied)
    • Most grands prix – Jacques Laffite, 12
  • Team
    • Most wins – McLaren, 6
    • Most podiums – Ferrari, 20
    • Most points – Ferrari, 142.5
    • Most poles – Ferrari, 7
    • Most grands prix – Ferrari & McLaren, 25 (tied)

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